- the employee devotes 100% of his working time to your project
- Completely "immersed" in the specifics of the business and understands all the nuances of your industry
- it is easier to communicate with him, because he is always there
- First you need to understand who has the necessary experience for the specifics of your business.
- Then find such a person.
- Then persuade this person to work with you.
- Then pay him the money.
- And then hope that he did everything right.
How much time and money will it take? What will be the degree of confidence in the result? Especially considering that good project development managers are not lying on the road, they are all already working somewhere or on something for which they are paid good money.
Will you guess with this hired employee who will agree to work with you?
- By hiring, you never buy experience. You pay for the training of any new person at your own expense.
- The experience of a hired specialist is a narrow knowledge of the business of the previous place of work, which he left for some reason or was fired.
- You are doomed to constant costs: maintenance, motivation, control and training of "professionals". And then they leave.